Jax air news
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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: August 18, 1960
Frequency: weekly
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
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General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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Patrol Squadron 18 Takes Coveted

Atlantic Fleet Battle 'E9 PennantA

local squadron is among land-based patrol planes, fly- squadron safety.
the units winning Atlantic ing the P2V Neptune. The Patrol Squadron 18 received

Fleet Battle Readiness "E" award, better known as the meritorious scores on all

pennants for 1960. Navy "E," is given each yearto phases of the competition, including ,

,. Copping the honor in the a squadron 'of each type. the Naval Air Forces
patrol squadron category is Atlantic Fleet Safety Award.
The competition is based on
VP-18, under the operationaland Commanding officer of VP-
exercises administrative and
administrative control of 18 is Comdr. R. A. Sampson

".. FAW-11. material inspections, operating with Comdr. W. W. Honour,

VP-18 won the' honor for readiness inspections and on executive officer.

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Vol. 18 No. 24 U. S. N. A. S. Jacksonville Florida 18 August 1960

l}HiUXT\ WIKXCRSITUUTIDXS ; Coast GuardInspection r1 t

l'Af80t8'/ To ; _r

Be SaturdayRear

Adm. Henry J. Wuensch,

Chief of Coast Guard Personnel, \
Washington, D.C., is due to inspect &k
PENNANT-Proudly showing the Navy "E" pen- some 250 Coast Guard Re-
nant recently won by Patrol Squadron 18 is Comdr. R. A. servists completing active duty
Sampson (right) VP-18 commanding officer, and Comdr. W, W. training this : t
Honour executive officer. VP-18 was one of several Atlantic Saturday.
Fleet units winning the coveted Annual Battle Readiness Ex- Admiral Wuensch will conductthe .: ,
cellence Pennant. The local unit won it in the land.based patrol inspection at 0900 at the
plane category. VP-18 received meritorious scores on all phasesof Coast Guard Reserve Training

the competition. Detachment in front of Building

525 in the NATTU area at NAS

Jax. ?,..y.
TOYLAND Accompanying him will be L

Rear Admiral George A. Knudsen r

'" "" ,' Commander of the" Seventh
Coast Guard District in Miami.
The Reservists who make
One of the earliest signs that summer will eventually up .'
one of five to take sum- ;
turn into the colder atmosphere of winter is the annual announcement -I groups .
mer training here this year, come
of the August: opening. of the Navy Exchange
from states east of the Rockies, SAILOR OF THE MONTH-At Heavy Photographic Squad-
Toyland i ;aboard the Station. stantial from as far north as Maine and ron 62 at NAS Jax is James O'Rear, AT3, being congratulated
And this year is no exceptionas pets.A Minnesota and from such placesas by VAP-62 commanding: officer, Comdr. Ward L. Berkey. O'Rear
corral of the latest in Wild
officials an- received the award for the expert manner in which he fulfilled
Navy Exchange West equipment'is available, Texas, Missouri and Louisiana. his job in the Squadron's Communications Office.
nounced this week' that Toyland along with the latest thing in Comdr. William H. Main, com- ,

would open for business Aug. 31 dolls and junior-size furniture.And manding officer of the training

at 1000 in Building 590 ,in the one final reminder, thereare detachment here, is serving his Selective Training To

NATTUnit area. This is a new I only eight pay days remain- fourth consecutive year in the I

location for the toy headquarters. ing until Christmas. position. A i 1f/II4. .

FIRST FLOOR, of this year's -
Guarantee School
Toyland is already bulging with f

items to, put under the Christmastree r l: Opportunities almost unlimited loom for those Navymenwho I

featuring the latest in- toys.A want to make the Navy. a career with the advent this

new feature this year is month of STAR, the "Selective Training and Retention" pro-

the installation of a lay-away gram.
Navy and the men. Training opportunities -
system at Toyland. For purchases Under the program, men selected will be enchanced for
and who have served at
made in September, one- the individual.At .
least one year of active duty maybe
fourth down each month will immediate the same time, the Navy
discharged for reenlistment -
be paid. 'se for a period which will have the benefit of more

For October purchases, it'll be y will give a total combined sevenor obligated service from men who

one-third down per month and more years active service. receive the lengthy technical

one-half down for items boughtat THOSE WHO do so will be training now required by many
Toyland in r s ClassA modern weapons systems.
entitled.to assignment to a
USUAL, all shapes and sizes,
school. Those who graduate in
in and fascinating colors,
are pretty seen in the doll and stuffed rah: the upper half of their class will Another SquadronDue
department. An animal "zoo" will receive automatic advance-
has stuffed brown bears and cute, ; $ I ment to petty officers third ,For NAS JaxThe

cuddly kittens, among other sub- class.
7c,;.; Navy has announced for-
There will also be assignmentto mation of a new carrier air group,
AO HonormanTop
Bryant Class B school for third and CVG-16, for the Jacksonvillearea
at Aviation Ord-
honors second class petty officers with to be commissioned Sept. 1.
recent graduationwent
nance School's 4 The air assignedto
new group,
Bryant, AA, who automatic advancement of certain -
to Larry ,.
r ComFair Jax, will be composedof
hails from Arroyo Grande, Calif. persons on completion of
VF-161, VF-162, VA-163 and
His new duty assignment will the shool. Another benefit will VA-164, all for NAS Cecil Field,
VA-42 at NAS Oceana,
be with 4' 4" be a reenlistment bonus. and VA-165, to be home based at

Va. MEN WHO have already grad- NAS Jax.CG16 .

t uated from schools and are now will include more than

CS Examination NoticeThe ___"m :.:. ._--_. _- .. under 100 officers and 700 enlisted men.
designated career men
Board of U. S. Civil Ser- READY FOR CHRISTMAS-Well, the NASxNavy Ex-
vice Examiners at NAS Jax advises change Toyland is ready. Here Brian Zundell and Gary Green provisions of the STAR program No exact figure was given for

that testing facilities for put out the season's new toys while Charles Meyer, Manager, will also qualify for these in- the number of persons to be attached -
Station IVa promotional and oth- adds a finishing touch to decorations. Located in Building 590,
er assembled examinations have Toyland features a whole floor of the latest shiniest, and fun centives. to VA-165. squadron
been moved from Building 423 toys for Christmas. A new lay-away plan has been establishedfor The STAR program will be will fly the propeller-driven AD
to a new location in Building 451 parents. For first choice you should get to Toyland on open- mutually beneficial to both the Skyraider.DISPLAY .
near the main gate. ing day, August 31.

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Page 2 JAX AIR NEWS 18 August 1960

rr DOD Revises

S ir f$111

House Goods

HAS, .Jacksonville.
Capt. James R. Reedy Commanding Officer: Moving PolicyWashington
Comdr. Robert Nelson l Exvcutlv Officer
NAB Six; Fleet Air Jacksonville (Since 1960 Is a big election year and many local servicemenand
fear Adnx Ktnntth Craig Command: women may wish to vote by absentee ballot, the Jax Air NewsIs (AFPS) A new
Capt. Griyiton H. Weber Chief of Staff, FalrJax outlining Information from time to time on how these ballot directive stating Defense Department -
Capt. Nelson M. Head Chief& of Staff, NAB Six
fleet Air Wing Eleven may be obtained. The Voting Officer for NAS Jax Is Lt. Harry policy governing; the trans-

Cepf. Renfro Turner, Jr. Commander Klein who can be contacted at extension 696, topside in Building portation of household goods of
Capt. AAurlln W. Alley Chief Staff Officer 955.1, both military and civilian em-
Naval Air Technical Training Unit DELAWARE ployees has been announced by
Capt. Robert J. flemIng' (
Commanding Officer Absentee allowed
? I registration
of Defense Thomas S.
Comdr Marlon K. Smith Executive Officer August 20 elections are for
servicemen and and poll
Naval Hospital county officers. There is no absentee spouses Gates.
Capt. William L EnQelman Commanding Officer tax is waived for them. Ballots
voting in any but general The new directive, while effec-
Capt. John G. ed., Executive Officer must be in by election day.
NARTU elections so ballots must be cast tive July 1, 1960, will be imple-

Capt. F. H. Holt Commanding Officer in person in primaries. LOUISIANA mented at shipping activities of
Comdr. William M. Miller Executive Officer Requirements include age 21, August 27 is date of the state's the military services on Dec. 1,

Printed commercially with non-appropriated fund. In Jacksonville, Florida at no' state residence of one year, three runoff primary. Serviceconnected 1960.
expense to the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS P-35 Rev. July 1958. months in county and 30 days in persons (military and civil- THE DOD said that during the
Distributed free of charge to,military and civilian personnel of Fleet Air Jacksonville, precinct, ability to read the state ian) and dependents may vote interim period, the present
Naval Air Station, Naval Air Technical Unit Fleet Air II Naval livedin regu-
Training Wing Air constitution and write and absentee if they're 21, have
Reserve Training Unit I and the U. S. Naval Hospital. name lations of the military services
the state and parish one
Service Information Officer -___ .._ Comdr. Alex N. Mclnnla Jr. registration. I year will remain in effect.In .
and in the precinct three months.
Assistant Service Information Officer .... Andrew 'H. Plant/ MISSISSIPI I his announcement, Secretary
Editor-Gordon Robbie; Feature Editor-Mae Spencer, JO1; Staff Reporters-Sandy August 23 primary nominatesfor Registration must be in per- Gates stated that after thorough
Martinson, JOSA Sam Bowman, SA. son but is permanent in some
; Photographer-Roscoe Carter, PH3. federal offices. Servicemenand review of the problem associated
The Jax Air Newt Is member of the places. Ballots must be receivedby
a Armed Force Press Service. M.terl.1Ippearlng spouses may vote absentee.
with the household goods move-
In this publication can be reprinted providing credit la given. Photographs, Age 21 two in the the day before election.
unless otherwise credited, are official U. S. Navy Photographs. years .state ment program, he is convincedthe
and in district and the abili-
Editorial offices located In Room 230, Main Administration Building. Phone extensions one new policies are fair to DOD
8164, 656, 272 or 216.DENTAL ty to read and write the state personnel and their families, and

constitution are required. FLEET RESERVEASSOCIATION are fair to the transportation in-

FairJax Award dustry.The revised policy has as its

t o r A I T rC basic objectives:

:Y a F Given To Palatka a ftttr ssson atfttVt noN l 1)) THE ASSURANCE of high
I quality moving services for DOD

S ) f I Couple For HelpA personnel and their families at

the lowest overall cost to the
helping hand has earned the .c
!hi ComFairJax Good NeighborAward government;

Je for a Palatka, Fla. couple. 2)) Equitable treatment of all
The award was recently pre- John Sunderland of Tennessee carriers engaged in the transpor-

sented to Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Mead has succeeded William Swaney, tation of their household goods

44 rs, flying school operators at a fellow Tennessean, as South- who can conform to high quality
h Kay Larkin Municipal Airportin east Regional Vice President of standards of service and are com-

Palatka for assistance givena the Fleet Reserve Association. petitive on an overall basis;
Sunderland installed the
crew of men from Attack was at 3) Assignment of responsibiltyto
15th annual Regional Caucus
Squadron 176. the Secretary of the Army, as
The Good Neighbor Award is early this month-by Wilson San- the Single Manager for Traffic

the Navy's recognition and ap- defer, past National President of. Management, for transportationand

preciation of unusual courtesies FRA. traffic .management aspectsof ]
extended by civilians to Navy Delegates to the caucus ap- the household goods move-

personnel under the direct juris- proved a resolution calling fora ment program of the DOD. The

diction of Commander Fleet Air pay raise for the military, an Military Traffic Management

4 t Jacksonville.Lt. increase in quarters allowanceand Agency will implement the new
[ '+ -1 r'Wi1 a plea that the quarters allowance -
Sandy DeBodisco of VA- DOD directive.
be made .
: 176 landed his AD6 Skyraider atPalatka's permanent.The
ii 4 Regional Vice President is
airport because of
_.".W"W..w<.,>;. ""'.....No W'c...; ..:: malfunctioning engine. a to present the resolution at the TIDESTides
CORPS BIRTHDAY-Bob Springfield DT2. (left) national convention slated for
assists Capt M. O. Anderson as they treat patient in the pros- For eight days following this Seattle, Wash. in October. at Atlantic Beach:
thetic section of the NAS Jax Dental Clinic. Dr. Anderson is event of last month, the Meaders HIGH LOW
Branch 126 of FRA
using the newest high speed rotary cutting instrument which supplied a bunk room and laun- hold
gives 250.300 thousand rpms a minute. On August 22 the U. S. dry service for a crew of men its regular monthly meeting tonight A.M. P.M. A.M. P.M.
Navy Dental Corps will commemorate the 48th anniversary of from VA-176 who .(Thursday) at 1930 at the Fri. 6:32: 6:53: 12:26: 12:26:
Its establishment. the aircraft. were workingon clubhouse, 4530 120th St. in Yu- Sat. 7:12: 7:32: 1:03: 1:07:

kon. Sun. 7:51 8:08: 1:40: 1:45:
When the aircraft's engine wasAvatwAcv
Dental ... _
Navy's Corps yo..n. + +"'
w buu' proper; condition; ,
Lt. Robert Am, VA-176 Maintenance I

Officer, flew it back to NAS
Reaches 48th YearThe Jax. 1

Navy Dental Corps will commemorate the 48th anni- handpieces, the Department has

versary of its establishment on Aug. 22. added air turbines to four den-
The Dental Corps was author- tai '-- -- ? SL r :r.:'.
operating: rooms. me turbine
to peak of air -
a over 7,000.
ized by the Naval AppropriationsAct
ON JUNE 30, 1960 there were supplies power necessary to
of Aug. 2, 1912, which pro-
a special handpiece with
some 1572 dental officers, 68
vided for appointment of 30 assistant Medical Service Corps and Den- far greater speed than that of the

dental surgeons to be partof tal Service Warrant Officers and belt-driven type. ,
the Medical Department of 2,794 dental technicians. Higher speed equipment enables r tt:; '

the Navy. Mission of the NAS Jax Den- the dental officer and den-
ACTIVE DEVELOPMENT of a tal Department is to provide den- tal technician! team to reduce : : s pt
Navy-wide dental health service operating time while
tal care and treatment for per- adding to 4cAii
began three months later with comfort of the patient. Funds '
sonnel of the Naval Air Station,
appointment of Dr. Emory A. made available this fiscal
Fleet Air Units aboard, small detachments year I
Bryant and Dr. William L. Coganas ashore and afloat and by the Bureau of Medicine and It

acting assigned surgeons. for such other personnel as may Surgery will enable the Department **

Within five years, and before be authorized to receive treat- to add even more of this I

the Dental Corps could have been ment. new equipment. 11

expected to reach maturity, WWI The prosthetic section of this Under direction of Capt. J. V.

necessitated expansion of the department is the central agency Westerman, the Dental Depart- I \ / "
Corps from 30 dental officers at in the area to provide prosthetic ment will continue to maintaina .. : (

the outbreak of hostilities to a dental services to all activities high standard of treatment for ijj ;: (

peak of over 500 in 1918. under cognizance of Commander personnel here. .---, .,-, .. w.w.. i I

This number was far overshadowed Naval Air Bases, Sixth Naval To celebrate the 48th anniversary AWARD FOR ACHIEVEMENT John Seegars, (right) J

during WWII when the District, Naval Air Technical of the Corps, local and area, pair machinist Dept.in shows the the Metal result Division of his of Superior NAS Jax'Achievement Overhaul and to Capt.Re- J

greatest and most rapid expan- Training Unit, and the Naval dental officers have invited the Thomas B. Haley. O&R Officer. Seegars won an award for 1
sion the Dental Corps has ever Hospital. Jacksonville Dental Society to work he performed in connection with making wheel bolts for 1
experienced carried the numberof IN ADDITION to the already attend a dinner-dance this Sat- F8U aircraft. Done on turret lathes, this type of job proved slow
and expensive so Seegars explored the
dental officers on active duty existing belt-drive hi s pee d urday at the Officer's Club. a screw machine for the work and found possibility it successful.of adapting t


18 August 1960 JAX ,AIR NEWS Page 3

Jax O&R X-Rays Helicopter Blades I

", : In Special Project As Safety AidXraying

.. I[ over 60 helicopter blades is no easy job as the -

civilian employees of -NAS_n Jax- __n O&R's Material Engineering I OX-250 x-ray camera; size of the
Division will tell you. film is 14"xl2."

But it is all in a days work fora month's helicopter crash at O'- THE PURPOSE of all this x-

,', "' : special project. Since last Tues- Hare Field in Chicago.The raying, says B. W. Boisvert, me-

day the division has xrayedsome blades are x-rayed 22 tallurigist in charge of the pro-

60 HUS and HSS helicopter times at 13-inch intervals. The ject, is to determine any defectsin
.... :: double film technique is used
; blades, from 'copters in the sur- the blades.
with film four times the speedof
rounding area. The same careful x-raying is
ordinary film.
being done at NAS Quonset
'" : THIS RUSH project j was The camera used in exposingthe
:,:'., ': Point, R.I. and NAS Lakehurst,
; )
brought on as a result of lastNMAA film is a General Electric
N. J. A team from NAS Jax was
..... ... _____....n.u_ .
sent to Key West on Monday to

S r. x-ray blades there.
f :
Extreme caution is used in

handling the blades, reports. F,

Dickinson, quarterman of the

rotor blade shop. "Each blade

must be dynamically balanced,"

says Dickinson. "The slighest

bending will destroy the balance.

PERSONNEL x.raying the
IX.'Ai-lI L q-o 1.:
blades are outside the room that
GETTING READY FOR X-RAYS-(top photo) Victor Was- actually houses the camera .
ner aviation meialsmilh. and E. F. Dickinson. (right), quarter-
man of O&R rotor blade shop, look on while J. W. Weaver, The room is lined with lead
student engineer (center) measures 'copter blade. Blades are varying from five-eighths of an
x-rayed 22 times at 13 inch intervals. The double film technique inch to one-half inch thick. In
is used with film four times speed of ordinary film used. (Right
photo) John Repp, metallurigist, examines film in a high in. addition, the x-ray techniciansyear
tensity radiographic aluminator. This examination may reveal a a dosimeter that measures
defect in a section of a 'copter blade. The Job is part of the the amount of radiation they are t
project O&R is doing to detect flaws in HUS and HUS blades.
exposed to.Lounge.

Civilian Workers Topic Planning

Of New DOD Pamphlet ; 4\ Open House For

Washington (AFPS-A) searching look at the need for It's AnniversaryAn

J civilian employees in the military establishment, their past VOTES BIG

accomplishments, present day contributions and potential 'Open House' is scheduledfor

value,. is taken by a new Defense, Department pamphlet, entitled DIVIDEND( BENEFITThe Wednesday, Aug. 24, at the
"Civilian,Employees; or the : NAS Mainside Lounge comme-
Armed Forces." one, each'giving the Navy one morating the J5th anniversary of
for its fleets. Board of Directors of the Mutual Aid Association
Answering the question "Whydo more man Navy the popular recreation spot.It .
THE PAMPHLET calls attention has voted to pay a $2,500 terminal dividend to the designated beneficiary -
we have civilians?, the will be an 'All Hands' cele-
to the fine record made by I of any member.
pamphlet cites many instances 1954.It bration with civilians employedat
where civilian employees fill posi- civilian employees in the savingof I This dividend is provided at NAS Jax and guests also In-
by suggestions for the was made with approval of
tions not necessarily of a mili- money no extra cost and is payable in, vited.
improvement and maintenanceof competent actuarial authorities
addition to the regular benefitof
nature.IT .
tary equipment and simplificationof after a review of the Association'sreserves The occasion is slated from
$7,500. The total death benefitis
GOES on to point out that
and general financial 1600-2300 with music and refreshments
supply and administrative $10,000.
many times their employmentfrees now condition. provided. Early in the
military personnel for du- procedures. During the fiscal PAID UP MEMBERSHIPS of evening there will be a cuttingof

ties that are primarily military, year of 1959, adopted suggestions less than $7,500, terminated by ALL REGULAR commissioned the birthday cake by Capt.

and it shows the advantages of by civilian employees of death, will be increased by 33 and warrant officers on James R. Reedy, NAS Jax com

filling certain jobs with civil- the Armed Forces saved the 1/3 percent. The dividend does active duty, including reserve manding officer, and Comdr.

ians who are not subject to over- not increase the loan or surren- officers on extended active duty, Richard P. McHugh, Administrative -
Government $60,571,394 which of the Navy, Marine Corps and
seas levees and other periodic re- der values of memberships.The Officer.
assignments.From rperesented 89 per cent of the Coast Guard are eligible for mem-
latest action by the Boardof The Mainside Lounge, in Building
the days of the American Government's total first-year Directors is the fifth increasein bership. 955, is a project of Special

Revolution, civilians have savings of more than $68 million. the terminal dividend since Membership is permanent and Services and has been operated
tilled .AefAnttnl... ....n..... jobs .t...t. "s\ii..*.. .*v..t11.u-_ Chan gretirement a in status' as rest g Hatt on,
under the of Mrs.
.. supervision
departments. General ;,: release to inactive
tary George or
I Paul Lanier since its establishment ,
Washington's first Chief of Ordnance F duty will not in any manner 15 years ago.
was a civilian; civilian affect the membership.
"privateers" formed the bulk of Officers wishing additional Information It was designed for the com-
fort of enlisted men and the
our early Navy.A should contact one of
entertainment of their families
civilian was the first Direc- : 4V this area's Non-resident Direc-
p/ and friends. The lounge has been
tor General of the Army Hospital tors listed below, or write to the
used for various occasions by the
Department in 1775. Another Navy Mutual Aid Association,
Navy Wives Club, visiting' celebrities
civilian employee, John C. Gar- Navy Dept., Washington 25, D. C.
Wave conventions, wed-
and, invented the M-l rifle, of AREA NONRESIDENT directors ding showers and receptions,

WWII and Korean; fame. include: Capt. Robert J. squadron parties and parties for

CIVILIAN scientists developedthe Fleming, NATTU commandingofficer visiting navies.

world's first atomic bomb, ; Capt. Nelson M. Head,
The has
lounge a study room,
and today many civilian em- Chief of Staff for ComNab Six;
,. writing and
reading material, a
ployees are working alongside Capt. James R. Reedy, NAS Jax
I. \ t.st ; snack bar, color TV, piano, Hi-
their military teammates in scientific I commanding officer; Capt. Gray- Fi record player and adequateroom

research conducted by the ston H. Weber, Chief of Staff for for dancing.

Armed Forces. ComFair Jax; Capt. Thomas B. _

The employees engaged in Haley, O&R Officer; Capt. J.
space exploration and electronicand Henry Etter, Public Works Officer Employee Lodge To Meet

weapons engineering form a and Capt. John G. Feder, American Federation of Government

comparatively small part of the Naval Hospital executive officer. Employees, Lodge 579,

civilians on the defense team. The has scheduled its regular monthly

bulk of those employed by the > Teachers Needed At meeting for Sunday, Aug. 21,

military are occupied with more St. Matthews SchoolSt. at 1400 at W. Union Baptist
prosaic jobs such as administration { fr/ Church, 755 Acorn St.
j_ ................ ._._,_.-..._ _.____ --- m m"_VW '_ "NNHN_ y, ,,,.,....._ Matthews Catholic Church
supply, warehousing and All Lodge members are urgedto
maintenance.At PROUD MOMENT-Capt. James R. Reedy, NAS Jax commanding has openings for two teachersfor be
officer, presents the coveted thirty-year pin to Henry the fall term. present and visitors are
some installations, such as Flannagan of O&R for having rendered long and faithful service welcome.

the Naval Ordnance Plant at to the Federal government. Flannagan, who has accumulated Anyone qualified who Is Interested President is James Smith, with
20 years in the Navy and 10 years as a civil service employeeat should call Sister John
Louisville, Ky., these employees NAS Jax was also congratulated by Capt. Thomas B. Haley, W. F. Gordon, vice-president and
outnumber the military by 100 to O&R Officer. Norton at EV 8-3124. Alphonse Kelly, secretary.


JAX AIR NEWS 18 August 1960

I loin Machine Is Mystery,- Even To Foreign Students r N T U' l

m j "The only thing we don't like '
mi too much Is that the cigarette barcada," are here under an exchange servicemen must study six monthsof The Brazilians will, in part, man \ .

f machines, candy dispensers and program sponsored by English on entering Active Brazil's first aircraft carrier, the
if automatic washers often take our the U. S. State Department. They service. "Minas Gerais," formerly the I
money but don't work." were chosen on a competitivebasis ENSIGN Rene Gossio, the H.M.S. Vengeance of Britain. Jl

THAT WAS the consensus and had to fulfill strict requirements -I Uruguayan of the group, learnedhis AND. ENSIGN Gossio is goingto .
among 17 Brazilians and one before being accepted. English at the Uruguayan have instructor duty upon his

Uruguayan officer currently Naval Academy. He is, inciden- return to Uruguay.

studying at the AE and AO Once these requirements were tally, the only Spanish speaking Some of the students are married Aviation Electrician' Male
Schools at the Naval Air Technical completed, the men were sent to member of the group, as Brazil's and have had occasion to School-AE "A" School has welcomed -
Training Unit. Washington for a course in Eng- national language is Portuguese.I live in Navy Housing areas. They aboard two newcomers.Lt .

THE BRAZILIANS, membersof lish. The course was a refresherfor Their reason for wanting to often comment that both neighbors (jg) Friend Adams is now the l
the "Groupo de Aviacao Em- them because all Brazilian study in the field of electronics? and housing are tops. Phase Officer for phases II and I

III with the other newcomer be- 7 7J

Antisub Unit 'YlI I Muller In Last will ing W.be an S. Bednarski instructor., AE1, who J

CelebratesAnniversary Receiving Good Conduct Medals
T-Master Tall
t> : last week were D. B. Mitchell,
I ]
I AEC, J. D. Black, AE1 ,and C. A. ,
In Local AreaMembers Rogers, AEC.Graduating. ,

Fleet Air Wing Eleven cele- of MarNav 2280 tomorrow will be
brates it's 18th Anniversary Toastmasters Club heard the Class 6011 while Class 6033 be- r
this month. club's most honored speake gins "AirFam" on Monday. One ]
The unit was commissioned on make his final address to th the AE "B" side of the fence, ]
August 15, 1942 at Norfolk, Va. z club last Thursday.The another Class 6033 is slated to (
during the height of the German speaker,1st Sgt. Don Mul start school Monday.Instructorof.thewee'k. 1
U-boat campaign. Shortly there- l itQ ler, is completing his tour o f honorsgo
after the group moved to San duty with Marine Aviation Detachment to Pete Flores, AEC, of Phase
Juan, Puerto Rico. at NATTUnit and is I: IV of "B" School. He teaches 1j
During WWII, aircraft of the 6 >.:&, to head for assignment at MCAS Flight Stabilization and Naviga- 1E
Wing were credited with sinkingten Cherry Point, N.C. tion Equipment in Building 511.
U-boats and damaging 18 Muller has served with dis Chief Flores has taught at both \
others.FAW11. T tinction many offices of Toastmasters "A" and "B" school. I

CAME TO NAS Jax .. both on the local and In his off-duty hours, this Latin
in January 1950. Headquartersare ; e i district scene. He has been Edu American from Quito, Ecuador, tlt.
located in Building 158. cational Vice President of the teaches a USAFI group study ttti t.tJ
The primary unit of FAW-11 f local club, Area Governor o f class in Spanish. Do-it-yourself
has always been the same since Area Seven, Lt. Governor for the projects are another of Flores' tJSJ
.:.... Northern Sub-District and
commissioning: to detect, track :: ..:: was specialties.
and destroy submarines District Govenor, also. h
enemy ,
singly or in conjuction with other ..:. .. .. --_... .-.-_. ......--,,-.-,,- MarNav 2280 meets each Thurs Aviation Ordnanceman School ,
aircraft or surface forces. HOME ON THE RANGE-According io Elizabeth Ender day at 1930 at Charlie's Restau -AO School welcomes two new sItc
Other CS1, cook at the CPO Club, the couldn't be more at home or rant on Highway 17, south of t classes Class
responsibilities of the happier than when she is Monday, 6034 of a
cooking of ,
up a pot stew braking
Wing are to conduct antisubmarine short ribs or broiling a steak. A Navy cook since 1943, Betty NAS Jax. Men over 21 who de "A" School and also 6034 or "B" g,
escort of convoys and fleet has worked In four Navy galleys before coming to NAS Jax. sire to better themselves are I School. Graduating from "A"
units and protect fixed geogra- Here she cooks for some 1,000 people a week at the Chief's urged to visit one of the meetings -! School is Class 6017. !

phical water areas and installa- Club. I Class 6027 grabbed Honor Class IItj
tions against submarine pentra- privileges this week with a final l[i
tion or attack. In addition, the WAVE COMMISSARYMAN LIKES I multiple of 207. With 205 points J
unit conducts offensive aerial was Class 6019. Honor man this
mine laying, enemy commerce week is J. B. Jarvis of Class
destruction operation, scouting JOB AS CHIEF'S CLUB COOKCutting 6019.

airborne early warning operationsand - Pfc. W. R. Miller has been
search rescue .operations if down a side of beef, chosen AO "A" Marine-of-thed -
requested. making a cake or dishing up is in a seven day week." mers about 10 minutes. Then ad Week. Good luck wishes. are extended -

THE LIST of aircraft flown by a steak on a hot platter are ASKED WHAT the biggest stock (beef, canned tomatoes o r to J. W. Purdee, AOCM,
Wing squadrons includes PBY all in a days work for Eliza- seller was at the Club, Betty what's handy). This simmers an taking over new duties as leading
"Catalina, PBM "Mariner, P5M beth Ender, CS1. said, "They really seem to go other 15 minutes. Finish up by; chief.
"Marlin, PB4Y "Privateer," and Cook at the Chief Petty Officers for the steaks down here. I can't baking in oven about an hour
New instructor at Phase III is
the P2V "Neptune" which is Club here, Betty has been blame them." she went on, "Cause or until done."
an A.
J. Covas, AOl, All
airborne submarine destroyer. cooking up some great "chow" steak is one of my favorites, too. "I USE ABOUT 25% of the persons
participating in the AO Schools
Fleet Air Wing Eleven is the ever since March 1943 for Navy My favorite meal is steak, corn, Navy's recipes and about 75% of swimming events should contact

parent command of three NAS messes. She has been a full-time mashed sliced potatoes"with gravy and my own," Betty said. R. P. Weber, SF1! at Rosenthal
Jax based squadrons. They are cook most of her 17 year Navy The Wave commissaryman als gym for more information.
VP-5, VP-16 and VP-18. All three career. "But you, know," the East St. enjoys raising green plants and

groups are equipped with the WHEN SHE came in the Navy Louis, Ill., native said, "Of all the african violets. Right now she Applying for his first ;job, the
P2V "Neptune." The "Neptune"is in 1943 she said she didn't exact- things I like to cook, short ribsis said she is also raising a para recent high school graduate was
equipped with the latest elec- ly request commissaryman but one of my specialities. I braise keet. momentarily stymied by
a -
tronics gear designed to detect, actually, "there's nothing I enjoy them off till light golden brown, "I also enjoy eating," Betty on the application which
track and destroy submarines.THE | more than cooking," said the then add a little flour.After thatI said. "When I retire I plan on taking read: "What machines do you
SQUADRONS of FAW-U blonde, good humored chef. add my seasoning, onions, pep- it easy for a while but I operate?"
are often called "Before entering the I per, garlic and salt." -
upon performunusual Navy might just end up with my own Pausing brelfly, he wrote:

-. .... ,.missions.. The- training-. had___1.1 served__ 1- ..1.pastries._ !__L but.. .. .Navy. "Now the whole business sim- little place." I "Slot and pinball [:
oi Brazilian Air ,rorce nIght bvunatt; IB lone in si; A ala lor a
crews and ground personnel in salary," states Betty. "Oh, I had T,
maintenance, flight training and cooked at home but not such a I New TOD Echelon Greeted At FAW I I
antisubmarine operational train- quantity as in the Navy messes.. -
ing in the P2V Neptune in 1958 ian At NAS Anacostia, her firs One of the Navy's first majorair Jan.. .
example of these missions. duty station, she helped prepare units received a new slate of (
;'s' top officers this month. st,
meals for
Another the Waves Galley. 4I
that has
H Fleet Air Wing Eleven wel- co
been successfully "There we used to serve between
completed recently -
was the location and recovery 300 to 500 Waves daily," said comed aboard new Wing Com-
Betty."I mander Capt. Renfro Turener Jr., gvin
of re-entry vehicles.In %
and a new Chief Staff Officer
WAS ONE of the first Wavesin
addition, the Wing provides
_Capt. Murlin W. Alley. Both officers enth
the Navy to be rated commis-
training for squadrons of the
took over their duties on {
Naval Air Reserve their saryman third class."I .
on an- Aug. 9.Capt.. best
nuaj two week active duty tours. have worked in the galleys Turner comes here from
While under operational contro in Treasure Island, NTC, Great Office of Chief of Naval Opera- ,
of the Wing the "Weekend War- Lakes and NAS Alameda before tions where he was Head of the baCo
riors" receive realistic wartime coming down south."I Special Weapons Plans Branch.He .
training in the latest came to NAS Jax in July
techniques. 91 t previously served on the Staff, J
of antisubmarine warfare. 1958 and worked at Security fora .. Fleet Air Wing Four as Opera-
short, .while," said the Wave ;1:> t tions and Chief Staff Officer and JiCAPT. bobel.

Visitor: "Live here all your cook. ... "...':. ..>' ..,...j. as CO of VP-2. I
life?" "Then I came over to the ..'. .' ..%,.,..\. ......:..;w ..'' He succeeds Capt. C. L. Lamb- ----- --.-. aVoO
---- --
.. ''
..... : ..-'--. ... ...
'> y "" ''>Y. ;w- ; .a
Down Easter: "Don't know "Chiefs Club. "Here we serVe COMMODORE-of FAW-11 Is ing who departs for a commandat Murlin W. Alley,
Ain't dead yet." around 1,000 people a week, that Capt. Renfro Turner Jr. sea. FAW11.I new Chief. Staff Officer of


I 18 August 1960 JAX AIR NEWS Page 5


FallKeglingTo K

Start MondayAt o:lIW n
sA ,Y YS

MainsideFall 1

intramural ,bowling com-
petition is scheduled to get its

baptism Monday at the Mainside To Host
Lanes as the three NAS intram- LA1 Jax Navy

ural circuits start action next kj
week. I

Kegling fireworks _
open at
1730 Monday with the Marine: 6ND 5.8all Meet '

Barracks opposing O&R, V AP..62's'Cherry : '
Pickers facing the VA-44
Hornets, and Dental "A" ri
ing the Commissary Grocers.AT oppos-. by NAS Jax for the first time in many years, gets under-
way Monday at 1030 at Saratoga and Enterprise Fields.
2000 that night, ComFairJax
"A" goes up against VP-30, p'IIPI Eleven teams have entered the I Following is the Jax Navy
competition including the host
Aircraft Maintenance "A" tac- Flier roster:

kles the Holy Rollers, with the Jax Navy Fliers. Some 20 gamesare Pridgeon, If ........................ ........VP.30
Waves and Operations windingup ..4W expected to be played in Decoton, cf ......._.......................MarBkt
the day's slate. the week-long event before a Welker, rf ..._.............................MarBki
winner is crowned, according to Kramer, 1 b ........................ ...... Admin.
The VA-44 Cougars and MAR- Frank McCaffrey, Tourney Co- North, 2b ............................A/C AAalnt.
TD open Wednesday action at Brady, u ...................................PubWkt
1730, 'along with the Commissary ordinator. Morris, 3b .........................-....... Supply
Butchers and NARTU and Air- _____ ,..___ __ m.._.. .__ _, ____ __ .. ENTERED are NAS Sanford, Blocker, c ...........-.........-.......... Supply
TESTING NEW GREEN-Members of the NAS Jax Golf Naval Base West Naval Base Williams, p ....................._...........AO"B"
Key ,
craft Maintenance "B" and Disbursing
Committee tour the Station greensward prior to grand openingof
the renovated links last Charleston, NS Mayport, Memphis
"A. newly Saturday. Testing the 17th Atherton, 3b ......._.....................Supply
On the late shift at 2000 will green Koressel one of of ComFair several Jax completely Staff made over, is Comdr. William Navy, NAS Glynco, Pensa- Poor, rf ..........._......................... Admin
be the VA-44 Raiders (right) with Jax Navy pro Jack cola Navy, NS Green Cove Kight, p ..................................... AO"B"
and B.
opposing Harvey Capt. L. McCreery. NAS Jax Assistant Supply Springs, NAS Cecil Field, NAS Tompklnion, 1 b................:.........MarBki
Administration, F A E T U "A" Officer, waiting their turn.REDSKINS Atlanta and Jax Navy. Milligan, c ......-............................VA...
against the Waves and Operationsversus Fraser, p ...-..,............-................ Opt
the Special Services Alley -BEARS Host for the tourney is Capt. Weiss, u ....................................MarBki
James R. Reedy, NAS Jax com- Knighton, p .._...........................MarBki
Kats. manding officer, with Lcdr. Baker, mgr. ..._............................Supply 11
Charles Hooper Jr., Special Ser-
tered in the fall tenpin competition
divided into three leagues, the sixth straight year, area sports fans will be offered vices Officer Director.A .serving as Tourna- CivilianTenpinLeague

the American, National and Con a top-notch attraction when the Jacksonville Charities ment

tinental. professional football game is held Saturday, Sept. 3 at 2000in meeting of all participating Slates

Some 12 teams meanwhile ___ the_n_ Gator_____ _BowL_ .. __ squads is slated for Monday at
This year's card features the 0900 in the Athletic Office, Build-
have signed for in the Main-
play Chicago Bears and Washington For the first time in eight ing Three. Drawings will be madeat Opening SoonOne
side Touch Football League to
Redskins in a pre-season exhibi- years, a serious, intensive battleis that time.WINNER .
start in September and 15 teamsare of the city's most popular
tion tussle. It will be a rematchof reported being waged for the I OF the meet will ad- NAS Ci-
expected to enter intramuralgolf bowling circuits, the'
action. a game played here last year quarterback position in the Red vance to the Southeast Regional vilian's loop, has announced it
which proved overwhelmingly skin training camp. Tourney at NAS Norfolk with
Schedules of will begin the 1960-61 season
fall bowling, successful. COACH NIXON is taking many NAS North Island, at San Diego,
touch football and day, Sept. 9 at 1830 at the Bow-
golf are THROUGH mid-winter trades long looks these days at his top Calif hosting All-Navy play this
lamatic Lanes.
ready for pick at the Athletic -
l up and draft selections, the Red three field-general prospects: year.
Office in Building Three. This will be a handicap league
J skins, under coach Mike Nixon, Ralph Guglielmi, Eagle Day and As in past years, the District and will have ABC sanction. An
will present a basically new offensive Jim St. Clair. carnival will be on a double
entry fee'of two dollars per man
FLIER FIVE TO line during the game. George Halas' Chicago Bears, elimination basis, necessitatingthe must be paid to the leaguesecretarytreasurer
who tripped the 'Skins in the need for at least 20 games
26 by
SEE PULL CARDA Annual ShootAt 1959 game, are also expected to with such a large field entered. all persons in the circuit.by Aug.

unveil a new look in many
33-game schedule has All male employees of the
quarters. Intramural Sports Notice
been proposed for the Jax Perry Uses Station are encouraged to join the
Navy varsity basketball squad Tickets for the game, which is Units intending to participatein league regardless of bowling

this winter, reports athletic Special ArmsIn a charity affair, are available by the Mainside fall intramural ability. Applications for joiningthe
director Frank McCaffrey. mail or over the counter at 307 sports prgoram are urged to pick league are available from

"Mac" urges all persons interested the National Rifle and Pis- Hogan St., in downtown Hem- up entry forms from the Athletic any of the following O&R
in trying out for ming Park. Reserved seats are Office in Building Three and re
a tol Matches now underway at persons:
four dollars and two dollars. turn them as quickly as possible.
place on the team to contact Camp Perry, O. through Aug. 28, Rav Splinter. president. Shop
him at the Athletic Office in shooters are mainly using the .30 603; C. L.:Graham: vice-president,

Building Three, extension 585. caliber rifle and the .45 caliber Shop 632; C. B. Adams, secre-

Skipper of the 1960-61 Flier automatic pistol. But these, tary-treasurer, Shop 632; B. W.

hardwood aggregation is un- thanks to Army Ordnance, are Boisvert, Building 167; B. Bur-

determined at this, time. no ordinary weapons. meister, Hangar 122; L. A. No-

One of the finest teams and Since 1954 many changes have wotny, Building 101; W. E. Be-

toughest schedules ever are been made in them with a view secker, Building 101S; L. V

being promised followers of toward helping firers in the Howard, Shop 512-31; C. J. Wep-

the sport here.Dodgers matches improve their scores.Be- pelman Shop 7375; E. S. Mc-

fore 1955 the only weapons issued K Creary, Shop' 3272, and R. D.

were standard government-issue Mann, Shop 630.
Braves To
rifles and pistols. Also, G. L. Derrick, Avionics;

Tangle Next WeekOnly Ordnance initiated a programto T. J. Mercuri, Avionics; J. C.
rebuild 800 such pistols; also Burton, Power Plant; and A. D.

local appearance of the to improve accuracy and depend- v 6. Knight, Material, Also E. L. Har-

Jacksonville Braves during the ability of the rifle. per, from Supply Dept., Michael -
next week will be a three day Changes in the pistol were in Cascone of IRD, and C.

stand Aug. 23-25 against the Ma- the barrel, front and rear sight Wemp, of Public Works.A .

con 'Dodgers. adjustments, trigger modification meeting has been called for

With the South Atlantic Lea- stock improvements and the tomorrow night (Friday) in the
gue regular season quickly draw- production of top quality am- Y o.c Avionics Conference Room for last

ing to a close, the Braves are .munition.The ,. r9 f''ir..A '.rgy. 4Y,1,6: '? k.rR+'!oai.rvla year's team captains and representatives -
engaged in a desperate hid for .30 caliber rifle was alteredfor of newly organized
the first division and a playoff better windage and barrel Squads.

berth. I adjustments, modification of air

start The each games night with at the Macon new base will bore gauges diameters to measure, and stock and and control gas _. :;q:', :p::"., ,I, ''-,:;;:;',t::. ':; :?' ", t ,>,: '::1f.:;i ;:!S :: '.: BIG "G"-Like PERSONALS make it backto

""' ', .. ,
cylinder adjustments.With 11' : ? : ; W':: ::: :k: H" ::""
ball at
park Terrell of the the pad, lad. All is cool. We
these special weapons in LITTLE LEAGUE ACTION-Billy Orlando
use in 1960 versions, Lt. Gen.J. All-Stars, in a bunting attempt, lets low pitch go by during still dig you. MOTHER.
i of Ft. Carson
Burton Reid ,
action in last week's Little League All-Star clash here betweenthe
Colo., Colorado State Champ in H. Hinhichs, Army Chief of Jax Navy.Ortega Stars and the Orlando club, won by Jax ORLASKI-I am no longer re.
both the .22 caliber and .45 caliber Ordnance, said that "we are sure Catcher is Dan Bowler of Jax-Oriega, son of Comdr. sponsible for any loot owed by
aggregate matches, won 17 to see improvement] in the scores Bower of VW4. The Jax Navy-Twin Hills All Stars and the my chick. She left my pad and

awards at the Colorado State in the shooters' 'World Series' four Fernandina teams met Beach in the All-Star first annual crew also Blue played Angels last Park week.All-Star The like bored. "Hard Luck" Orlaski,

Outdoor Pistol Championships. this year." series. Bench 3, Hemming Park.


f 1960"l

e 6 JAX AIR NEWS 18 August

tore Work Than Meets The Eye .
Beauty ShopTo
xaniining Boards Reveal Receive

'Behind The Scenes' WorkMost

Navy people have taken at least one service-wide NAS Jax Navy Exchange

competitive examination or soon will have. But few have Beauty Shop is slated for a face

probably given thought to the "behind the scenes" work to toF too toy lifting the latter part of this

involved in getting the tests to the man. month.

. Here at NAS Jax, some 12 men The shop was remodeled Just

took tests for E-9, 48 for E-8, pen also. A squadron from Norfolk three years ago but according to

178 for E-6, 122 for E-5 and 203 has just sent a detachmenthere El. D. Rutledge, Navy Exchange

for E-4 in the August exams. At and thus some of their men Planning Director, the demandfor

the same time, ComFairJax Lo- must take the exam in Jax. beauty shop services has increased -

cal Examining Board One under These incidents mean last min greatly since that time.

the operational control of FAW- ute pulling of exams, cancellationof
THE NEW equipment has been
Eleven administered exams to 29 assigned seats, checking more
designed to match already installed -
for E-8 and E-9, 86 for E-6, 166 624s and many letters of trans-
equipment in both style
for E-5 and 162 for E-4. mittal. .
THE HARDEST work for the After the tests are administered and color.

Board comes before and after they must be burned. Log A most welcome improvementwill

each rating examination is given. entries to that effect are made be a central air conditionerand

Examinations are received by a and many letters are written to heat pump unit. This unit

commissioned officer. They must various commands stating the will provide more even distribu-

be stored securely and accounted number of "s how sIt and "no tion of cool and warm air as the

for to the Naval Examining shows." season dictates.

Center, Great Lakes, Ill. THEN THE answer cards are There will be an additional two
bundled booth units and three ,dryer units
Each person taking a test must and sent to Naval Testing -

have a 624 form completely fill- Center at Great Lakes, Ill. installed.

ed out. This contains information Thus ends the boards function f =is\\ar'" THE RECEPTION area will be

regarding basic battery scores, 'od.until the next examination per- "WELCOME ABOARD"-Says blue'ackeis in foreground as enlarged and furnished with the

time in rate and other items wives and kiddies of crewmen of USS Shangri-la line up to go latest in occasional chairs and a
needed to : Members of the NAS examin- docked Dependents were treated to a
compute the final mul- aboard ship at Mayport. settee especially designed for the
tiple. A slight error on the 624 ing board were: Senior member, day at sea and many saw first hand "what daddy does on that NAS Beauty Shop. The area will
could cost Lcdr. C. B. Clayton Jr.,; Lt. W. big ship," last Saturday.
a person valuable also have a coffee table.In .
points in the final computation. V. Zaborniak; Lt. H. C. Klein;
order to install the equip-
Lt. (jg) J. E. Green and Lt.
At air station (jg)
an test time is
ment at the least possible incon-
R. M. Bickel.
slightly more hectic than at other Members of the ComFairJax 9 CIVIL SERVICE venience to customers the shop

type stations due to movementsof will be closed the week of Aug.
Board One Lt. M. D. Anthony

need squadrons.some of its One exams squadron and may 624s Senior member, of VP-18; 1 News In Review 29 to Sept. 5.

back because some of their men Lt. (jg) V. E. Arvin, VP-18; Lt. The grand opening of the newly -

are going to "Rosey Roads" that (jg) F. C. McLocklin, VW-4, andR. ,I. I decorated shop will be held

afternoon and will not be backin E. Porter Jr., PN2-Pl, VP-18. Does the pay raise apply to League's recommendations for Tuesday, Sept. 6.
Hours for the shop will remain
whose salaries
time employees are
to take the
test here as establishing mojre satisfactory
planned. Sailor "saved" for a two-year period as labor-management relations in the same, that is, 0830 to 1630

THEN THE reverse may haplcrssified' Marine a result of having their j job the Federal service. Monday through Friday, and Saturday -

Honor Students classification downgraded, and to The League, which is. non-par- by appointment only.
those who in above-the-reg-
are tisan and business-supported, has ,
Class 6011 of Aviation Elec-
of their --wY"S ...
ular-step rate grade as months studied .
tricians Mate School for the last six
: grad- a result of Civil Service Com- be-
uated recently with a sailor mission authorization because labor-management practices
< and a Marine both claiming tween Government departmentsand
they are in shortage categories? agencies and Federal and
honor student awards.
For Sale
The answer to both questionsis
CB 3-bdrm home-2 bath, comb livdinrm Ralph Brillhart, AEI3, of I postal employee unions.
carport & otil! rm, 75'x 114' lot, encl. "yes"Also '
Gambier O. and Ben- The League's on
by fen, Gl loan 4%%, total pymt. $78.50per Corpl. under the new pay raise :
mo. W. A. McAlilly, AWCO, NAS Jax. nett Olson, of Gresham, Ore., '[bill, the within-step automatic Employee Organizations will ""S

3 ml from NAS & near river-4 drm, were the top men of their increases will be slightly larger.In urge a more liberal labor-man-
2% bathhouse, 2-car attach. gar, masonry class.Brillhart's. agement policy in Government,
1 to 4 the increase
grades step
new paint Inside & out, Idscped, next duty assignment more formal recognition of em-
:% acre fen-In lot. CWO J. Matluk, CO will be $105 compared to the pre-
will be aboard the unions and more extens-
49361. vious $95. In grades 5 to 10 it
USS Essex while with them mat-
Olson is ive dealings
On St. Johns river-2 bdrm, CB house, will be $165 instead of $150;
prlv. lake stocked with bass, 10 min awaiting further orders. grades 11 to 14 increased from ters involving personnel policiesand
from Palatka, very rea. W. H. Zib, East grievances.
Palatka, EA 5-5681. $240 to $260; grade 15 from $300to _

Oak Hill-3 bdrm, CBS house, brwy, Ah: "WTiafs eating you?" $325; and grades 16 and 17

tile firs, tile bath, $1700 Equity for Jim: "Oh, nothing much. But from $240 to $260.;
$800. O. H. Bivins, SP 13488. when your girl friend said she'd Credit UnionOperation

For Rent dig up a date for me-brother, To be disclosed soon will be Y Y"Ei
Ortega Manor-3 bdrm, larg. kit, din she wasn't kidding!" the National Civil Service r <
rm, Jal. brzwy, gar, corner lot.' hedaed i yi' h4rFF
bk yd, near NAS, avail Sept. 1. A. M.
VW4.Richardson, ADC, EV 8-5592 or Ext. 8170, Is ExplainedA

Small furn apt. for young working man credit union has, as one of

or woman. Mrs. Ida Belisario, EV 85203. its purposes of being in: opera-

Lake Shore-furn apt, small, clean, all tion, the job of making low-cost
util I furn, conv. to bus, stores, large yd, to members.
prl entr. Mrs. Groves, EV 94275.

Four rms unfurn $50 per mo, adults General reasons for borrowing v }
or with one small child, no dogs, 4416 include paying of old bills, taxes -

Lexington Ave. L. T. Chapman, 4422 Lexington medical expenses, home re-
p air s, vacations, automobiles,
Hills-unfurn, 4 bdrm house, r l'k... K' :;Y. ..
y education and dozens of other
$125 S
per mo,4 mo In advance. Call
before 1700, EL 6-1519; after 1800, RA legitimate reasons. Laws vary as
4-7505, Harry Bradler. to how much a credit union may

Cedar Hills-3 bdrm, 2 bath house, lend to any one member, by
sep din rm, patio, util rm, new kit) equip co-makers other
signature, or
(opt.}, unfurn, $100 per mo. Call SP
1.3081 after 1600. collateral.The .

Riverside urn 2 bdrm'lower apt, win usual interest rate is one
dow fan & drapes, $80 per mo. E. A. percent a month on the unpaid
Hieb, EL 4-5335 or SP 11878. : .
balance, though in some cases
This V That the rate be lower.
may even
Found-black house cat, white markon Some CUs, among which is the wonder Las Vegas, Nov., is a
chest, red collar, at Sr. BOQ
Jax Navy Credit Union, are able booming resort town with
Call Nancy Arthur, Ext. 338.
1 to refund to borrowers a portionof scenery like Camille Williamson
Duty Swap-Pax River, Md, GCT must The
display. lady's a promotion
be 65, plus or minus 5, Seavey startedon : t.: the interest they paid on feature of the fall trap-
Oct. 26, 1959 plus or minus 301( days, loans.
enlistment must end Sept. 21, 1962 plus _.' '_,_ __ _"_ "'.'_ _____ .,n.. ,__ Nevada shooting tourney slated for the
The soundness city.
or minus 30 days and an ATR3. Contact AWARD TIME-John Landregan of NAS Jax Supply Dept.. of credit unionsis
Wm. V. Guy, VW-2 Avionics, NAS Patu- is honored with the Navy anchor-type lapel emblem for completing reflected in many ways: they :
xent River, Md. over 30 years with the Federal government. Presenting. operate by law, a Supervisory ire examined by Federal authorities -

Rider Wanted riders wanted from Landregan his pin is Capt. James R. Reedy, commanding of. Committee keeps an eye ,on the 1 CPA services are utilized -
Lake Shore, Cedar Hills and Wesconnett ficer. On hand for the ceremony was Capt. J. J. Davis Jr.. Sup
operations, ample surety bond is some larger CUs, and all
from 0730-1600 via Collins Rd. Call EV ply Officer. Also receiving a U0-year pin was Eugene Griffin .
77116. of Public Works Dept. provided to protect funds, books i records: are safely guarded.rr .